Laycon Biography and Net Worth

Olamilekan Moshood Agbeleshe, better known by his stage name Laycon, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, rapper, and media personality. He rose to fame in 2020 after winning the fifth season of the Big Brother Naija reality show.

Laycon was born on November 8, 1993, in Lagos, Nigeria. He attended the University of Lagos, where he studied Philosophy. After graduating, he began his career as a rapper and singer. He released his debut single, "Fierce," in 2019.

In 2020, Laycon participated in the fifth season of the Big Brother Naija reality show. He quickly became a fan favorite, and he eventually won the show with 60% of the votes. His victory made him one of the most popular celebrities in Nigeria.

Since winning Big Brother Naija, Laycon has released several more singles, including "Senseless," "Wagwan," and "Fall for Me." He has also signed endorsement deals with several brands, including GOtv Nigeria, Oppo Nigeria, Orijin, and Lipton.

Laycon's net worth is estimated to be around $250,000. He has accumulated this wealth from his career as a reality star, his music career, and his endorsement deals.

Laycon is a versatile artist who is known for his unique blend of hip-hop, Afrobeats, and pop. He is also a social media influencer with over 10 million followers on Instagram.

Laycon is an inspiration to many young people in Nigeria. He has shown that it is possible to achieve success through hard work and determination. He is also a role model for young people who are interested in pursuing careers in music and entertainment.

Daddy Showkey inspired Him: How Don Jazzy Started His Music Career in the Church

Veteran Nigerian producer and singer Don Jazzy has said that legendary musician Daddy Showkey was his role model while growing up in Ajegunle, Lagos. 

He said he was inspired by Daddy Showkey and Baba Fryo to do music, and that he started his music career in the church as an instrumentalist because he couldn't afford studio sessions then.

Don Jazzy told Fisayo Fosudo on the latest episode of the Leaderboard podcast that he used to tell his friends that he wanted to be like Daddy Showkey, whose songs were national anthems. He said that the only way he could afford to make music was to go to church and play instruments, because the church had free equipment.

Don Jazzy's story is an inspiration to aspiring musicians who may not have the resources to start their careers. He shows that it is possible to achieve success even if you don't have a lot of money, as long as you are passionate about your music and are willing to work hard.

Court to Rule Emefiele's Human Rights Suit Against DSS Today

The Federal Capital Territory High Court in Abuja will rule today, Thursday, July 13, on the case filed by the detained suspended governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Godwin Emefiele.

Emefiele had filed a fundamental human rights suit to challenge his arrest and detention by the Department of State Services (DSS). He is alleging a violation of his human rights.

The DSS had arrested Emefiele on June 10, shortly after President Bola Tinubu suspended him from office and ordered a probe of the CBN.

In the suit, Emefiele is asking the court to declare his arrest and detention by the DSS illegal.

The respondents in the suit are the Attorney General of the Federation, the Director General of the DSS, and the DSS.

The AGF and the DSS have filed preliminary objections, challenging the court's jurisdiction to entertain the case and urging that the suit be dismissed.

However, Emefiele's lawyer, Joseph Daudu (SAN), has argued that the suit has merit.

Justice Hamza Muazu will rule on whether or not he has jurisdiction to hear the case and consider Emefiele's prayers today.

Man, 22, Steal Keke NAPEP for Mosque wey dey Yola North, Adamawa State

Abdulrahman Ishaq, 22, wey dey stay for Geriyo for Yola North Local Government Area, don bi arrest by police for allegedly steal commercial tricycle, wey dem dey call Keke NAPEP.

E steal di Keke NAPEP from Mosque for Gate 4, wey dey one of di entry gates to Jimeta Modern Market, Yola.

Spokesperson of di Adamawa State Police Command, SP Suleiman Nguroje, confirm di arrest to Daily Post Saturday afternoon, e say di suspect remove di Keke NAPEP from where di owner park am and join other worshippers for di Mosque.

“Di suspect bi arrest for Jimeta and investigation show say e steal di tricycle from around Gate 4 Mosque when worshippers dey observe dia prayers,” Nguroje talk.

One month ago, on June 7, 25-year-old Suleiman Auwal bi apprehend for allegedly steal Keke NAPEP from di market and take am go Jambutu, wey dey near di market. E begin carry passengers for Jambutu, but e bi arrest few days later by police.

Police say, as in di latest case, di suspect steal di Keke NAPEP from Mosque, for dis particular case, e steal am from di main Jumat Mosque for di expansive Jimeta Modern Market complex."

Bobrisky do anoda body enhancement surgery

"Bobrisky, di kontroversi Nigerian cross-dresser, Okuneye Idris Olanrewaju, don do anoda body enhancement surgery.

Di socialite bin share video of imself wen im dey undergo butt enlargement surgery via Snapchat baruwa.

For anoda post wey im share via im verified Facebook page, Bobrisky vow say di surgery pain no go stop im happiness.

Im talk say im dey fear surgery but im go continue to enhance im "beauty".

Im write, "Di surgery pain no go stop my happiness, I dey fear di pain but I go always maintain beauty."

Taaooma: I Start Music Because I Wan Use My Own Songs for My Skits

Popular skit maker, Maryam Akpaogaki, wey dem dey call Taaooma, don reveal why e venture into di music industry.

Di comedienne-cum-musician say e start music because e feel sey e go be better to use im own songs for im skits, instead of to dey use songs by oder musicians.

E disclose dis while featuring as guest on di latest episode of The Leaderboard podcast wey Fisayo Fosudo dey host.

E say, "For me, entertainment na freedom. You fit do anything.

"I also like di fact sey na my music. Na my song. Na song wey I fit dey proud say I make am. I just feel like, I dey use oder people's songs [for my skits], and dis thing no hard. I get studio, we fit record songs.

"I love music. Some pipo use to say I get [melodic] voice. But, I feel like, instead of me try to sing, we fit do collaborations and make something happen."

About those wey dey criticize im music, Taaooma say na up to God and im commitment to prove dem wrong.

I am Sorry - Anita Brown tenders apology to Davido

Anita Brown, the American model who has been claiming to be pregnant with Davido's child, has taken to Twitter to announce that she is taking a break from the drama.

In a lengthy thread, Brown said that she has said all she needs to say and that she is now going to focus on her own life and her child. She also admitted that she was a narcissist and a manipulator, but said that she was trying to change.

Brown's announcement has been met with mixed reactions. Some people have praised her for taking responsibility for her actions, while others have accused her of trying to manipulate the situation.

It remains to be seen whether Brown will be able to stay out of the spotlight, but her announcement suggests that she is at least trying to move on with her life.

Here are some of the reactions to Brown's announcement:

"I'm glad she's taking a break. She needs to focus on herself and her child."

"She's just trying to manipulate the situation. She'll be back."

"I hope she can really change. She seems like a troubled person."

Only time will tell what the future holds for Anita Brown. However, her announcement is a sign that she is at least trying to move on with her life.

Nigerians React

Nigerians have also reacted to Brown's announcement. Some people have ridiculed her, while others have slammed her for all she has caused the singer and his family.

Here are some of the reactions from Nigerians:

"Persin way don ment, low-key she dey jealousy how Davido place Chioma above her! Weray wan become billionaire wife That's all, with all the clout chasing I'm just too happy she doesn't mention Davido as a 1min man A win is a win, the whole brotherhood is proud of you David Adeleke ."

"She has said a lot to trigger Davido into a war of words with her and I’m sooo glad Davido didn’t accord her that time. Davido’s silence must be piercing her heavily."

"At the end of everything, imagine how a child will feel knowing fully well he was born cuz of child support,I hope lots of celebrities kids will be genuinely happy."

"You still personalized Davido by saying, 'My Baby Daddy'?? Have you no shame? With all the rubbish you've said to him? Wow. Clap for yourself."

It is clear that Nigerians are not happy with Anita Brown. They believe that she has caused a lot of drama and that she is not fit to be a mother. It remains to be seen how Brown will respond to these reactions.